"On May 20, 2013, a huge tornado wreaked havoc on Moore, Oklahoma, tearing right through the town. It was rated an EF5, the highest possible, with 340 km/hr (210 mile/hour) winds. Two dozen people lost their lives, hundreds were injured, and thousands of buildings sustained damage—from minor problems to complete razing."*
Holly and Lars wanted to get the collection together as quickly as possible, so they requested patterns that were already up on Ravelry. I contributed my Jemma Cowl pattern to this ebook, which remarkably,was ready for purchase by June 3rd. K*tog is a collection of 20 patterns by 19 designers and will be available from now through August 31 for only $20. All proceeds from the sale of this ebook will be donated to Other Options, Inc. a food pantry in Oklahoma City that is shuttling supplies to the affected areas in Oklahoma.
The k*tog ebook can be downloaded here where you will also find a table of contents and thumbnail photos of all of the designs in the collection. k*tog has a pattern page on Ravelry, where, as of today, nine of the patterns are linked. There is such a great variety of patterns in the collection which includes socks, hats, shawls, cowls, a vest, a cardigan, a pair of mitts and even a baby cocoon. Truly, something for everyone!